Jeffrey Dean Morgan young
April 22, 1966
6 ft 2 in | 188 cm
83 kg | 183 lbs
41 in | 104 cm
11 US | 44 EU
34 in | 86 cm
Jeffrey Dean Morgan was born in Seattle, Washington, United States, on April 22, 1966, is an American actor.
Young Jeffrey Dean Morgan first started his acting career on stage in local theater productions of musicals "Grease" and "West Side Story".
He made his big screen debut in thriller crime movie Uncaged (1991), in role as Sharkey.
He got his television debut in ABC adventure drama series Extreme (1995) in role as Jack Hawkins.
Jeffrey's breakthrough performance came as Denny Duquette in ABC medical drama series Grey's Anatomy (2006–2009).
The Postcard Killings (2020) drama thriller in role as Jacob Kanon, opposite Famke Janssen and Cush Jumbo
Walkaway Joe (2020) action drama in role as Cal McCarthy, with David Strathairn and Julian Feder
Rampage (2018) science fiction action in role as Harvey Russell, opposite Dwayne Johnson and Joe Manganiello
Watchmen (2009) neo-noir superhero in role as Edward Blake / The Comedian
The Losers (2010) action opposite Zoe Saldana, Chris Evans and Idris Elba
The Salvation (2014) western with Eva Green and Mads Mikkelsen
The Possession (2012) supernatural horror with Natasha Calis and Kyra Sedgwick
Angel in Red (1991) thriller crime opposite Leslie Bega and Pamella D'Pella
The Accidental Husband (2008) romantic comedy with Uma Thurman, Colin Firth and Sam Shepard
The Resident (2011) thriller opposite Hilary Swank and Christopher Lee
Texas Killing Fields (2011) drama crime with Chloë Grace Moretz, Sam Worthington and Jessica Chastain
Shanghai (2010) political thriller opposite Gong Li, John Cusack and Ken Watanabe
Six: The Mark Unleashed (2004) action drama with Stephen Baldwin and Eric Roberts
Live! (2007) drama opposite Eva Mendes
Solace (2015) mystery thriller with Anthony Hopkins, Abbie Cornish and Colin Farrell
Heist (2015) crime action thriller opposite Robert De Niro, Gina Carano and Dave Bautista
The Courier (2012) action with Mickey Rourke
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) superhero in role as Thomas Wayne
He won a Saturn Award for Best Guest Performance in a Television Series for his role as Negan in horror drama series The Walking Dead (2016– ).
The Burning Zone (1996-1997) science fiction drama television series in role as Dr. Edward Marcase
The Handler (2004) CBS crime series in role as Mike
Weeds (2005) Showtime dark comedy series in role as Judah Botwin
He had a recurring role as John Winchester / Azazel in dark fantasy television series Supernatural (2005–2007; 2019).
He had a recurring role as Denny Duquette in ABC medical drama series Grey's Anatomy (2006–2009).
He portrayed Isaac "Ike" Evans in Starz drama television series Magic City (2012–2013).
The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe (2015) drama film in role as Joe DiMaggio
Texas Rising (2015) History Channel miniseries in role as "Deaf" Smith
Extant (2015) CBS science fiction television drama series in role as JD Richter
The Good Wife (2015-2016) CBS political drama series in role as Jason Crouse
He guest starred in AMC travel series Ride with Norman Reedus (2017-2019).
Attended Ben Franklin Elementary School, Rose Hill Junior High and Lake Washington High School in Kirkland, Washington.
He is of Scottish descent.
Fan of American football team, The Seattle Seahawks.
He owned a graphic art company in Seattle.
He is an animal lover.
Fan of Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Good friends with agent Richard Lewis.
Fan of rock band The Eagles.
Lives in Rhinebeck, New York, U.S.
He was married to Anya Longwell.
He started dating actress Hilarie Burton in 2009, the couple got married in 2019, they have one son and one daughter.
Has been engaged to Mary-Louise Parker (2008).
He dated actresses Sherrie Rose (2004-2005) and Sarah Lancaster (2005-2006).
I think you judge your career by the scripts that are being sent your way.
Acting is a hard profession. More than anything, it takes fortitude.
I've got a love affair with Harley-Davidson. One of my earliest photos with my dad is of him holding me as a baby on his bike.
I'm just looking always for characters that change, because I want to get better, as an actor and as a person.
The only reason I went to college was to play basketball. I injured my knee and couldn't play.
I just didn't want to get bored playing a character, and that's kind of the benefit of doing films; you've lived with a character for four or five months and that's it, and you walk away from that character and you feel like you told a story.
The work I'm doing on 'Watchmen' is mind bending and physically just hard.
I'm not trying to be an action star, and I'm not trying to be a romantic-comedy guy.
I've got a stack of the 'Walking Dead' comic books next to my bed here.